Microplastics flow into Gulf St. Vincent waters

Plastic pollution has been recorded in eight freshwater streams running into Gulf St. Vincent, confirming the regular flow of microplastics into local marine environments—and the need for better waste management systems.

Keeping bacteria at bay in Hawaiian water bodies

During heavy rains, Hawaii's streams, rivers, and nearshore waters change on microscopic levels. Bacteria in these aquatic systems increase, and some of these bacteria can be harmful to human health. They can cause problems ...

Helping rain stay where it lands

"When it rains, it pours." This phrase is meant to mean that bad news comes in waves. Unfortunately, that's true with real rain, too. While rain is usually welcome for various reasons, in developed area like cities and towns, ...

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